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Tag: Volunteers

Service Opportunities at Brookwood Community!

The Brookwood Community is in urgent need of volunteers, Monday – Friday!

With the Holiday’s around the corner help is needed in many Departments. Special projects in Gift Wrapping, Ceramics, Painting, Campus Decorating as well as Retail Store and Cafe assistance are available. If you have a few hours or a whole day to spend on Campus, we can use your support!

If you would like to Volunteer please visit the link below or call Karen Pollard at 281-375-2220 for weekly project updates.

Click on the link below for available dates.
Sign up link: Daily Volunteer Opportunities

Poinsettia Delivery Drivers

Monday – Friday
November 23-December 23

Horticulture needs your help to deliver our beautiful Poinsettias. We will need driver shifts from 7:15am – 4:30pm each day. If you can drive a stick please note on your registration.

Click on the link below for available dates.
Sign up link: Poinsettia Drivers

Christmas Open House

December 3, 4 & 5

Brookwood will host our annual Open House on December 3, 4 & 5.

Due to Covid-19 we will be changing the way we invite friends and families to enjoy our Campus. We are currently working on all the areas that we need Volunteers to help us. If you are interested please sign up and we will contact you soon with all the details.

Click on the link below for available dates.
Sign up link: Brookwood Open House 

Horticulture Department

November 23 – December 22

On November 23 we will begin packaging, loading and shipping poinsettias. Please consider helping with one of these days.

Click on the link below for available dates.
Sign up link: Horticulture Poinsettia Help

Retail Garden Center

November 23-December 23

During the Holiday Season we get very busy selling and stocking our beautiful Poinsettias. We are in need of two volunteers a day to work from 8:30am-2:00pm.

Click on the link below for available dates.
Sign up link: Retail Garden Center

Current guidelines for Volunteers on Campus

  1. Before coming to campus please self-assess for any Covid-19 symptoms. If you have any symptoms please do not come to Campus.
  2. All Volunteers are required to bring a mask and report to the Department Manager upon arrival for a temperature check.
  3. Volunteers must sign in and fill out the Covid-19 Assessment sheet.
  4. Volunteers must wear a mask and follow all guidelines that our employees follow while working on campus.

Thank you for all you do to make our community a better place!

Karen Pollard
Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator
281-375-2220/832-452-5710 or

Hospice Volunteers Needed

Allumine Health is looking for hospice volunteers! 

We are in need of community members willing to greatly improve the quality of someone’s life through simple companionship or supportive activities

Your help can range from visiting with a hospice patient or baking a birthday cake to answering phones

If you are willing to help please text or call

Lauren Saunders
Volunteer Coordinator
(979) 429-2994

Hospice patients and their families need you!

Hurricane Relief Efforts

UPDATED to reflect more than one hurricanes and storms as well as updates regarding collections.

It has now been a bit since hurricanes and tropical storms have made landfall, devastating areas. LifeBridge is committed to helping.

The following ways to help aren’t, by any means, exhausting, but they are a start.

Jesus said, “I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink.”

Matthew 25:35ab

Our efforts, primarily, will be going toward getting supplies out to those in need and are not being helped in other ways. We have also already sent some financial help (and solicit the same from you) and food to some areas in Louisiana.

For the supplies, we ask that you just pick up extras of these items when you shop for yourself and bring them to LifeBridge.

This video is a bit out of date, but we are still accepting supplies as noted below.
Below is a summary of what we are doing and how you can help.


  • Water
  • Canned Food
  • Paper Towels
  • Plastic Utensils
  • Bowls, Plates, Cups
  • Baby Wipes
  • Cleaning Wipes
  • Diapers
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Totes
  • Sodas
  • Gatorade

Drop Off Information:

LifeBridge Community Church
2162 FM 2187, Sealy, TX 77474

For More Information Contact and Arrange for Drop-Off, please contact:

Angela Wolfe @ 979/627-5817

~ or ~

Pastor Scott @ 713/965-6761

Money Needed

Frozen fish will be purchased weekly, packed up, and transported to Louisiana to feed hundreds. Monies collected through LifeBridge will go directly to this effort.

Donations can be made online at and choosing “Hurricane Laura Relief” from the drop-down list or by putting “Hurricane Laura Relief” in the memo line of a check, mailed to:

LifeBridge Community Church
P.O. Box 934
Sealy, TX 77474

Thank you for being the heart, hands, and feet of Jesus!

Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

Join us on Sunday, November 3, following worship, for a special luncheon in honor of all the volunteers who make and keep LifeBridge awesome and running!

We will have BBQ chicken, buttered potatoes, green beans, salad, and more! (Bring one of your own favorite deserts to share!)

We want to thank and praise God for all the blessings He has bestowed upon LifeBridge through the many and varied volunteers, who faithfully and graciously give of their time, talents, and treasures to keep our church whole.

Join us during this celebration of gratitude and appreciation!

Questions? Contact the Fellowship Committee: Bev, Patsy, Sherri, or Sue.